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Media Analysis
Beauty and the Beef by Joey Green (page 266 in Elements 10)

1) Make a list describing each step in the process of making up a beef patty for a television
commercial.
2) Explain why the term beauty shots in the third paragraph is in quotation marks.
3) Make a list of jobs mentioned in this article. What is the most interesting job? Why?
4) Explain one fact about making a hamburger commercial that you found the most
interesting.
5) Why do you think that the commercials described in this article are honest or dishonest?
Explain with supporting details from the text.
6) Make a list of five adjectives in the article that you feel are well chosen. Using these
adjectives as examples, write a paragraph in which you explain how adjectives can
enhance a piece of writing.
7) Use examples from this article to help you to explain to a young audience (students in a
lower grade) the appropriate use of the dash and the hyphen. (See The Reference Shelf,
pages 332-333). Be specific and clear in your writing so anyone can easily understand
the proper usage of these punctuation marks.

Beauty and the Beef by Joey Green (page 266 in Elements 10)
1) Make a list describing each step in the process of making up a beef patty for a
television commercial.
2) Explain why the term beauty shots in the third paragraph is in quotation marks.
3) Make a list of jobs mentioned in this article. What is the most interesting job? Why?
4) Explain one fact about making a hamburger commercial that you found the most
interesting.
5) Why do you think that the commercials described in this article are honest or
dishonest? Explain with supporting details from the text.
6) Make a list of five adjectives in the article that you feel are well chosen. Using these
adjectives as examples, write a paragraph in which you explain how adjectives can
enhance a piece of writing.
7) Use examples from this article to help you to explain to a young audience (students
in a lower grade) the appropriate use of the dash and the hyphen. (See The
Reference Shelf, pages 332-333). Be specific and clear in your writing so anyone
can easily understand the proper usage of these punctuation marks.

Beauty and the Beef by Joey Green (page 266 in Elements 10)

ENG 2DI

Media Analysis

1) Make a list describing each step in the process of making up a beef patty for a
television commercial.
2) Explain why the term beauty shots in the third paragraph is in quotation marks.
3) Make a list of jobs mentioned in this article. What is the most interesting job? Why?
4) Explain one fact about making a hamburger commercial that you found the most
interesting.
5) Why do you think that the commercials described in this article are honest or
dishonest? Explain with supporting details from the text.
6) Make a list of five adjectives in the article that you feel are well chosen. Using these
adjectives as examples, write a paragraph in which you explain how adjectives can
enhance a piece of writing.
7) Use examples from this article to help you to explain to a young audience (students
in a lower grade) the appropriate use of the dash and the hyphen. (See The
Reference Shelf, pages 332-333). Be specific and clear in your writing so anyone
can easily understand the proper usage of these punctuation marks.

Beauty and the Beef by Joey Green (page 266 in Elements 10)
1) Make a list describing each step in the process of making up a beef patty for a
television commercial.
2) Explain why the term beauty shots in the third paragraph is in quotation marks.
3) Make a list of jobs mentioned in this article. What is the most interesting job?
Why?
4) Explain one fact about making a hamburger commercial that you found the most
interesting.
5) Why do you think that the commercials described in this article are honest or
dishonest? Explain with supporting details from the text.
6) Make a list of five adjectives in the article that you feel are well chosen. Using
these adjectives as examples, write a paragraph in which you explain how
adjectives can enhance a piece of writing.
7) Use examples from this article to help you to explain to a young audience
(students in a lower grade) the appropriate use of the dash and the hyphen. (See
The Reference Shelf, pages 332-333). Be specific and clear in your writing so
anyone can easily understand the proper usage of these punctuation marks.